NMLS ID Numbers

Mortgage Loan Originator ID Numbers

Mortgage Loan Originator ID Numbers

What does that number next to my Loan Officer's name mean?

As of Aug. 1, 2011, the Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act (SAFE Act) requires all mortgage loan originators of federally regulated lending institutions to register with the Nationwide Mortgage License System and Registry (NMLS Registry). As mortgage loan originators, all HomeStreet bank mortgage loan officers are registered and have been assigned a unique identification number. This number will stay with them throughout their career.

To review the background of any HomeStreet Loan Officer, you can find their identification number (NMLS ID #) with their listing, and then look them up in the national database. You can also perform a search of the database using names and addresses, although the NMLS ID # will provide the fastest and most accurate results.

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